Trudeau says Canada is investigating drone attacks on Kremlin
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commented on reports of a drone attack on the Kremlin. According to him, the country’s authorities are now studying the data and will not make hasty conclusions.
“I think obviously we should be concerned about everything that’s happened around this,” Trudeau said. His words on Wednesday, May 3, leads TASS.
The politician noted that Ottawa, together with Canadian intelligence services and partners of the North American country, is trying to establish what exactly happened.
On Wednesday, the Kremlin said Ukraine had made an attempt at night using two drones to attack the Kremlin residence of the Russian president. It was noted that the drones were eliminated in time, no one, including the head of state, was injured.
At the same time, in Kyiv denied involvement the Ukrainian side to what happened, stressing that the Ukrainian side is currently engaged in “the liberation of its territories.”